BBC News - Health
Updated: 1 day 19 min ago
A woman starts a website to help disabled people navigate hospitals and flag up their facilities.
The use of patients' weight to limit surgery has been rising in recent years.
How restless leg syndrome made one woman severely sleep deprived.
Once incurable diseases are now in the sights of doctors.
Seeing relatives for the first time in a while could be an opportunity to spot signs of confusion.
Parents tell of the challenges of Christmas with cancer: "I hold it in for the kids' sake, but it's exhausting".
Christmas came early for these care home residents when they were visited by two little donkeys.
If speculation based on the recent flu outbreak in Australia is to be believed, then yes - but what do scientists say?
Singers with sickle cell disease take over London St Pancras.
Twins who were born more than three months early have finally made it home.
Jasmin Legg has thanked the 999 call handler who helped save her four-week-old son's life.
Sam Kyme wanted a new life for her boys with her sister's family in Australia after her death.
An electronic "scoreboard" can now track any sudden changes in patients' health at a Welsh hospital.
A charity wants to "normalise" testing and reduce the stigma of getting checked out.
A teenager is reaching out to young people struggling with depression over the festive period.
But Public Health England is urging more people in their 70s to get their free injection.
An Oxford firm has developed a device to sequence the genome of malaria parasites to help doctors detect the strain they're dealing with.
Bosses say the move is needed to prepare for the early January spike in demand, but surgeons complain of short notice.
Kaci Sullivan's second child came after he began to transition and start living as a man.
Tina Gibson's daughter was born from an embryo that had been frozen for nearly 25 years.